KR20170040447A - Structural Mold for Reinforced Concrete Column using Profiled Steel Plate - Google Patents

Structural Mold for Reinforced Concrete Column using Profiled Steel Plate Download PDF

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KR20170040447A
KR20170040447A KR1020150139357A KR20150139357A KR20170040447A KR 20170040447 A KR20170040447 A KR 20170040447A KR 1020150139357 A KR1020150139357 A KR 1020150139357A KR 20150139357 A KR20150139357 A KR 20150139357A KR 20170040447 A KR20170040447 A KR 20170040447A
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김성배
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(주)엔아이스틸
서울시립대학교 산학협력단
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    • E04C3/30Columns; Pillars; Struts
    • E04C3/34Columns; Pillars; Struts of concrete other stone-like material, with or without permanent form elements, with or without internal or external reinforcement, e.g. metal coverings
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    • E04GSCAFFOLDING; FORMS; SHUTTERING; BUILDING IMPLEMENTS OR AIDS, OR THEIR USE; HANDLING BUILDING MATERIALS ON THE SITE; REPAIRING, BREAKING-UP OR OTHER WORK ON EXISTING BUILDINGS
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    • E04G13/02Falsework, forms, or shutterings for particular parts of buildings, e.g. stairs, steps, cornices, balconies foundations, sills for columns or like pillars; Special tying or clamping means therefor
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    • E04GSCAFFOLDING; FORMS; SHUTTERING; BUILDING IMPLEMENTS OR AIDS, OR THEIR USE; HANDLING BUILDING MATERIALS ON THE SITE; REPAIRING, BREAKING-UP OR OTHER WORK ON EXISTING BUILDINGS
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More particularly, the present invention relates to a molded steel plate which acts as a mold when casting concrete and, after curing the concrete, is integrally formed with concrete and has a restraining effect on the concrete, thereby increasing the strength and rigidity of the column. To provide a pillar permanent mold having a T-shaped protrusion therein.
A column-shaped permanent mold having a T-shaped protrusion therein using a molded steel sheet according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention is characterized in that a main bar that is vertically laid to form a column and a bar- A vertical stonewall extending vertically at one end of the outer sheath plate and a vertical stonewall extending vertically at an end of the vertical stonewall in the same direction as the outer sheath plate A plurality of vertical steel plates made up of horizontally extending horizontal stone presses are connected to each other so that the outer plate is connected to each side of the column and vertical steel plate presses of adjacent steel plates are interposed, A molding body coupled to be protruded in a T shape in a cross section and formed of a shell of a column of a square cross section; A first plate having a predetermined length and a second plate vertically extending from one end of the first plate, the outer surface of the first plate and the second plate being arranged on the inner surface of the corner portion of the molding body in the longitudinal direction An angle member coupled to the second end of the first member; And a channel member having a U-shaped cross section including a plate-shaped coupling plate having a predetermined length and a flange extending perpendicularly at both ends of the coupling plate, the outer surface of the coupling plate being coupled to the inner surface of the central portion of each side of the molding body in the longitudinal direction .

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TECHNICAL FIELD [0001] The present invention relates to a column-shaped permanent mold having a T-
More particularly, the present invention relates to a molded steel plate that acts as a mold when casting concrete and, after curing the concrete, is integrally formed with concrete and has a restraining effect on the concrete, thereby increasing the strength and rigidity of the column. To a column permanent mold having a T-shaped protrusion therein.
The formwork is a structure temporarily installed to make concrete having fluidity in a reinforced concrete structure or a steel-reinforced concrete structure construction in a predetermined shape and dimensions. Formwork is needed for a short period of time until the concrete is cured to some extent. It is a construction material that will be removed after curing of the concrete. The installation and dismantling of the formwork is a very large part of the cost and time It is a cumbersome process. Particularly, because of the use of large rigid and low-cost mold materials, the formwork weight is considerable, and there is a risk involved in assembling and disassembling heavy materials at high places.
Conventionally, various materials such as plywood and iron plate are used as formwork materials, and they are usually composed of a clay board which is in contact with unplasticized concrete and struts, a wedge, and long settlement supporting it. In particular, iron formwork is relatively heavy, so it needs to be assembled and disassembled with mobile equipment such as a crane, the initial investment cost is high, and there is a considerable burden of volume and weight, such as using angles as a wale.
As a background of the present invention, there is a patent publication No. 1998-028581 entitled "integral column formwork" (patent document 1). This patent discloses a so-called " one-sided molded steel plate " in which several embedding ribs are attached and fixed in a longitudinal direction at a predetermined position on an inner surface extending in a predetermined cross-sectional shape, And the other molded steel plate is formed to be integral with the concrete filled in the inside where the one-side molded steel plate and the other-side formed steel plate are assembled to each other. , Which is used to form a mold using a molded steel plate and to form a column integrally with the concrete laid inside.
However, this patent requires a separate embedding reinforcement on the inner side of the steel plate, which is not only difficult to manufacture in the factory, but also has a problem in that it is not easy to fix the steel bars formed perpendicularly to the steel bars. So that it is difficult to fix the steel plate between the steel plates. In addition, there is a problem in that concrete is poured into the steel plate and the member is removed after curing.
In addition, this patent has a problem that a separate reinforcing member is not formed therein, and therefore, when a large pillar is formed, it can not be used for a large pillar due to expansion or breakage of a molded steel plate used as an outer pillar.
In addition, this patent constitutes the formwork as a steel plate. In general, the formwork made of wood is different from the form in which the surplus water is evacuated and molds to a certain degree, and the formwork made of the steel plate is filled with surplus water in the formwork. There is a problem in that the deterioration is likely to occur.
Patent Disclosure 1998-028581 "Integral Column Form"
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made to solve the problems of the prior art described above, and it is an object of the present invention to provide a pillar permanent formwork which is easy to assemble and install on site by assembling a molded steel plate divided into an inner face with a built- The purpose is to provide.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a pillar permanent structure capable of preventing deformation of a mold due to a side pressure of concrete laid in a mold body and easily fixing an inner pillar of the pillar and improving integration with concrete placed in the pillar Molds.
Still another object of the present invention is to provide a column permanent formwork which can be further reinforced through a width support channel, so that it can be applied to middle and large columns.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a post permanent formwork which can be used as an exterior material without being removed after the concrete is cured by being integrated with the concrete after the concrete is cured.
It is still another object of the present invention to provide a pillar permanent mold capable of eliminating the problem of reduction in concrete strength due to excess water while discharging surplus water to a surplus water outlet to use the steel sheet formwork.
A column-shaped permanent mold having a T-shaped protrusion therein using a molded steel sheet according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention is characterized in that a main bar that is vertically laid to form a column and a bar- A vertical stonewall extending vertically at one end of the outer sheath plate and a vertical stonewall extending vertically at an end of the vertical stonewall in the same direction as the outer sheath plate A plurality of vertical steel plates made up of horizontally extending horizontal stone presses are connected to each other so that the outer plate is connected to each side of the column and vertical steel plate presses of adjacent steel plates are interposed, A molding body coupled to be protruded in a T shape in a cross section and formed of a shell of a column of a square cross section; A first plate having a predetermined length and a second plate vertically extending from one end of the first plate, the outer surface of the first plate and the second plate being arranged on the inner surface of the corner portion of the molding body in the longitudinal direction An angle member coupled to the second end of the first member; And a channel member having a U-shaped cross section including a plate-shaped coupling plate having a predetermined length and a flange extending perpendicularly at both ends of the coupling plate, the outer surface of the coupling plate being coupled to the inner surface of the central portion of each side of the molding body in the longitudinal direction .
In this case, the vertical portion includes a vertically formed vertical portion and a horizontal portion extending horizontally at one end of the vertical portion. The horizontal portion is formed with a coupling groove for receiving a vertical stone projection of the channel member, And a transverse steel angle in which an outer end portion of the horizontal portion is coupled to an inner surface of the molded steel plate sheathing plate is further included at a predetermined interval in the longitudinal direction of the molding body.
On the other hand, in the horizontal portion of the transverse steel angle, a concrete flow hole is formed at regular intervals, and a plurality of fastening holes are formed in the vertical portion. The fastening angle is formed by a metal wire, And the other end of the threaded portion is threaded into the coupling hole and coupled with the nut.
Here, between the vertical stone presses of the adjacent steel plates, there are a shell plate, a vertical stone plate extending vertically at both ends of the shell plate, and a horizontal stone plate horizontally extending in the same direction as the outer plate at the extending end of the vertical stone plate Wherein the vertical steel plate of the second shaped steel plate is joined to the vertical stone plate of the two-side formed steel plate.
Further, the width supporting channel having a C-shaped cross section configured to connect the opposed channel members in a straight line is formed at regular intervals in the longitudinal direction of the inside of the molding body.
The apparatus further includes a surplus water discharge hole formed in the shell plate of the molded steel plate and a surplus water discharge hole formed in the mesh attached to the inner surface of the shell plate.
Further, the surplus water outlet is formed at the bottom of the outer skin of all the molded steel plates constituting the molding body.
The surplus water outlet is formed at a predetermined interval over the entire length of the outer skin plate or the outer skin plate so as to be formed on one molded steel plate adjacent to the adjacent molded steel plates in the order of the periphery of the molding body, .
Further, the surplus water outlet is formed at the lower end of the shell plate on one side of the molded steel plate adjacent to each other in the order of the periphery of the molding body, and is formed at a certain interval over the entire length of the shell plate .
Since the cast steel plate of the present invention is used to form a casting plate by assembling a molded steel plate divided so as to reinforce the inner surface with a prefabricated angle and channel, It is possible to prevent deformation of the form due to the side pressure of the concrete placed inside the formwork body, to easily fix the internal columnar reinforcement, to improve the unity with the concrete placed inside, to use as a column formwork, It is possible to use it as a facade material without removing the form after the concrete is hardened after being cemented together with the concrete. Furthermore, since it can be further reinforced through the width support channel, it is very effective to be applied to the middle and large pillars. In addition, the column-shaped permanent mold having a T-shaped protrusion in the inside thereof using the molded steel sheet according to the present invention is advantageous in that the mold is made of a steel plate and the surplus water is discharged to the surplus water outlet, It is effective.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS The accompanying drawings, which are incorporated in and constitute a part of the specification, illustrate exemplary embodiments of the invention and, together with the description, serve to explain the principles of the invention, Shall not be construed as limiting.
FIG. 1 is a partially exploded perspective view of a columnar permanent mold having a T-shaped protrusion therein using a molded steel sheet according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 2 is a combined perspective view and FIG. 3 is a sectional view.
FIG. 4A is a cross-sectional view of a columnar permanent mold having a T-shaped protrusion therein using a molded steel sheet according to another embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 4B is a perspective view of a transverse steel angle according to the present invention.
FIG. 5A is a side cross-sectional view showing a combination of the column permanent formwork of the present invention and a bar steel bar, and FIG. 5B is a flat cross-sectional view showing a connection with a cast iron bar.
FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view of a pillar permanent mold having a T-shaped protrusion therein using a molded steel sheet according to another embodiment of the present invention.
7 is a perspective view of a permanent column form having a T-shaped protrusion therein using a molded steel plate according to another embodiment of the present invention.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS The present invention will be described in detail below with reference to the embodiments shown in the accompanying drawings, but the present invention is not limited thereto.
FIG. 1 is a partially exploded perspective view of a columnar permanent mold having a T-shaped protrusion therein using a molded steel sheet according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 2 is a combined perspective view and FIG. 3 is a sectional view.
As shown in FIGS. 1 to 3, the column permanent formwork of the present invention includes a main pole 3 and a main pole 3 vertically arranged to form a column, A plurality of molded steel plates are assembled so that the inner surface is reinforced by an existing angle and a channel on the outside of the formed reinforcing bars 4, thereby producing a mold having a rectangular cross section.
The column-shaped permanent mold having the T-shaped protrusions therein using the molded steel sheet according to the present invention comprises a molding body 10 formed by assembling a plurality of molded steel plates 11 and constituting a columnar columnar section, And a channel member 30 longitudinally coupled to an inner surface of a central portion of each side of the molding body 10. The angle member 20 is formed of a metal plate.
Since the molding body 10 forms the outer shape of the column, it is formed so as to have a rectangular cross section by joining a plurality of molded steel plates 11 so as to have the same shape as the cross section of the column. The molded steel plate 11 includes a shell plate 111, a vertical stone plate 112 extending vertically at one end of the shell plate 111 and a plurality of vertical plates 112 extending in the same direction as the outer plate 111 The plurality of molded steel plates 11 are connected to each other so that the outer shell plate 111 forms the respective sides of the column and the vertical stone plates 11 of the molded steel plate 11 adjacent to each other 112 are interposed so that both side vertical stencil prints 112 and horizontal stencil prints 113 are joined so as to protrude in a T-shape into the column end face.
The length of the molding body 10 may be different according to the length of the column, and the size of the two-layered and one-sectioned structures may be used for convenience of construction.
The mold body 10 constructed as above is assembled so that the prefabricated main ropes 3 and the reinforcing bars 4 are positioned inside, and the concrete is installed in the inside so that the pillars can be formed. Even if the formwork body 10 is formed into a long length by increasing the rigidity of the formwork body 10 by continuously joining a plurality of molded steel plates 11 without forming the formwork body 10 into a single steel sheet, So that it is possible to prevent the occurrence of deformation of the metal plate. A plurality of vertical stone papers 112 and horizontal stone papers 113 protrude in the form of a T in the cross section of the mold body 10, And is designed so as to transmit shear stress against the horizontal shear force between the form body 10 and the concrete and at the same time ensure the integrity. The vertical stencil publication 112 and the horizontal stencil publication 113 are also spaced apart to maintain a constant coating thickness to maintain a constant spacing between the inner surface of the formwork body 10 and the strip bar 4 or main stream 3. [ Let's play the role of ashes.
The angle member 20 includes a first plate 21 having a predetermined length and a second plate 22 extending vertically from one end of the first plate 21 so as to have a cross- 21 and the second plate 22 are coupled to the inner surface of the corner portion of the molding body 10 in the longitudinal direction. The angle member 20 can be manufactured by molding a steel sheet, but it is possible to reduce the production period and the unit cost by using an angle having a bimorph-shaped cross-section without need to manufacture it separately. The angle member 20 is a means for reinforcing the corner portion of the molding body 10 so that the angle member 20 increases the rigidity of the edge of the molding body 10 and increases the thickness of the molding body 10 So that it is possible to effectively cope with the side pressure of the concrete laid inside the formwork body 10 and the like.
The channel member 30 includes a plate-shaped coupling plate 31 having a predetermined length and flanges 32 and 32 extending vertically at both ends of the coupling plate 31. The channel member 30 has a U- The outer surface of which is longitudinally coupled to the inner surface of the center of each side of the formwork body 10. Although the channel member 30 can be manufactured by molding a steel sheet, it is possible to reduce the production period and the unit cost by using a channel having a C-shaped cross-section, without having to manufacture it separately. The channel member 30 may be formed as a means for reinforcing the sides of the mold body 10 by increasing the rigidity of the sides of the mold body 10 by means of the angle member 20 without increasing the thickness of the molded steel plate 11. [ So that it is possible to effectively cope with the side pressure of the concrete laid inside the formwork body 10 and the like.
When the refuse collecting body 10, the angle member 20 and the channel member 30 constituted as described above are made of a closed end surface, it is very likely to be installed outside the columnar bar such as the main bar 3 and the band bar 4 1, it is separately manufactured into an assembling member having a c-shaped section constituting the three sides of the column and an assembling member constituting one side of the column, so that the pre-assembled main body 3 and the belt reinforcement 4 In a direction opposite to the direction of the outer side.
FIG. 4A is a cross-sectional view of a columnar permanent mold having a T-shaped protrusion therein using a molded steel sheet according to another embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 4B is a perspective view of a transverse steel angle according to the present invention.
In the present embodiment, the transverse steel angle 40 is coupled to reinforce the form body 10 in the lateral direction.
The transverse steel angle 40 includes a vertical portion 41 formed vertically and a horizontal portion 42 extending horizontally from one end of the vertical portion 41. The transverse steel angle 40 has a bifurcated cross- And the end portion is coupled to the inner surface of the outer shell 111 of the molded steel plate 11. A coupling groove 422 is formed in the horizontal portion 42 for receiving the vertical projection 112 and the horizontal projection 113 of the forming member 11 and the channel member 30, The upper and lower concrete are not disconnected by the transverse steel angle 40 when the concrete is poured into the molding body 10 and the concrete flows into the concrete flow hole 421, So as to serve as a shear connection member.
The transverse steel angle 40 is a means for simultaneously restraining a plurality of molded steel plates 11 in the transverse direction to prevent widening or deformation due to side pressure or the like of concrete laid in the inside and also to prevent buckling by reducing the width width ratio .
Since the molding body 10 composed of a plurality of molded steel plates 11 is used as a mold for a column, the molding body 10 is formed to have a long length, and a longer length tends to cause buckling. When the transverse steel angles 40 are configured to be coupled at regular intervals in the height direction of the formwork body 10, buckling of the formwork body 10 can be prevented.
A plurality of engaging holes 411 are formed in the vertical portion 41 of the transverse steel angle 40. The joining hole 411 is a means for joining the main bar 3 or the band bar 4.
FIG. 5A is a side cross-sectional view showing a combination of the column permanent formwork of the present invention and a bar steel bar, and FIG. 5B is a flat cross-sectional view showing a connection with a cast iron bar.
5A, it is possible to easily attach the belt bar 4 to the transverse steel angle 40 by using a separate connecting hardware 50, and to connect the main bar 3 as shown in FIG. 5B You may.
The connection hardware 50 is made of a wire made of metal and has a hook 51 formed at one end in a ring shape and a thread 52 at the other end to form a coupling hole 411 And the hanging part 51 of one end of the connecting hardware 50 engages the main bar 3 or the bar reinforcement 4 and fixes the main bar 3 or the bar reinforcement 4 to the thread 52 Is inserted through the coupling hole 411 and coupled with the nut 53.
FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view of a pillar permanent mold having a T-shaped protrusion therein using a molded steel sheet according to another embodiment of the present invention.
The present embodiment further comprises a second formed steel plate 11a and a width supporting channel 60 so as to form a medium or large column.
The second molded steel plate 11a is a means for joining between the molded steel plates 11 so as to form a medium or large column so that the width of each side of the column is widened. The outer shape of the outer plate 111a, And a horizontal stone plate 113a horizontally extending in the same direction as the outer plate 111a at the extending end of the vertical stone plate 112a, The vertical stone punch 112a is engaged with the vertical stone punch 112 of the two-sided molded steel plate 11 and is engaged.
Further, since the width of each side of the column is widened, the width supporting channel 60 may be configured to connect the channel member 30 formed at the center of each side in order to maintain the rigidity of the molding body 10.
The width support channel 60 is formed in a U-shaped cross-sectional shape. The width of the support channel 60 can be formed by forming a steel plate, but the channel and the unit cost can be reduced by using a channel having a C-
The coupling of the width support channel 60 and the channel member 30 is achieved by welding the ends of the width support channel 60 to the channel member 30 with the openings of the width support channel 60 facing upward or downward, The width of the width support channel 60 may be smaller than the width of the channel member 30 so that the end of the width support channel 60 is inserted through the opening of the channel member 30 to be coupled.
The width support channel 60 may be reinforced to warp warpage of the formwork body 10 and serve as a width support for maintaining the width of the inside of the formwork body 10 at the same time as lateral reinforcement.
7 is a perspective view of a permanent column form having a T-shaped protrusion therein using a molded steel plate according to another embodiment of the present invention.
The present embodiment further comprises a surplus water outlet (70).
Concrete placed in the mold body 10 contains surplus water. Concrete in the cement system (CaO) requires water (H 2 O) for curing. At this time, the water required for pure curing only is about 25% of the weight of cement. However, in general, The water cement ratio used for mixing of concrete is about 65% because of having fluidity (securing of workability). Water except water that is necessary for hydration reaction is called surplus water. It should be evaporated with concrete hardening.
In general, a die made of wood has a problem in that the strength of the concrete after curing is lowered because the surplus water is evaporated in the form of a certain amount, unlike the case in which the surplus water is evaporated. (70) is designed to solve this problem.
The surplus water outlet 70 is composed of a surplus water discharge hole 71 punctured in the shell plate 111 of the molded steel plate 11 and a mesh 72 attached to the inner surface of the shell plate 111, A high quality concrete strength can be obtained by discharging unnecessary surplus water from the concrete through the surplus water discharge hole 71 while preventing the cement or the aggregate from being separated by the mesh 72 constituted by the water. The surplus water outlet 70 may be formed under the outer skin plate 111 of all the molded steel plates 11 constituting the molding body 10 as shown in FIG. They may be formed on the one side steel plate 11 of the molded steel plate 11 adjacent to the body 10 in the order of the circumference of the main body 10 and below the steel plate 11 so as not to be formed on the other side steel plate 11. 7A and 7B illustrate that the surplus water outlet 70 is formed in two rows in the lower part of the molded steel plate 11, the present invention is not limited thereto and may be configured to have various rows and columns, It may be formed at regular intervals over the entire length of the molded steel plate 11 as shown in Fig. As shown in FIG. 7D, the position and number of the surplus water discharge ports 70 may be variously formed. As shown in FIG. 7D, one side of the molded steel plate 11, which is adjacent to each other in the order of the periphery of the molding body 10, And the other formed steel plate 11 is formed over the entire length of the outer plate 111 in the order of the outer plate 11 and the outer formed plate 11.
As described above, according to the present invention, it is possible to manufacture a mold by assembling a molded steel plate divided so as to reinforce the inner surface with a built-in angle and a channel, so that it is very easy to assemble and install on-site, And it is possible to improve the unity with the concrete inserted in the inside. It can be used as a column formwork, but it can be used as a concrete form after the concrete is hardened, It is possible to use it as an exterior material without removing it, and it is possible to further reinforce it through the width support channel, so that it can be applied to medium and large columns. Particularly, since the surplus water is discharged to the surplus water outlet while the form is formed of the steel plate, there is a useful effect of solving the problem of the decrease in the concrete strength due to the surplus water.
While the present invention has been particularly shown and described with reference to exemplary embodiments thereof, it is evident that many alternatives, modifications and variations will be apparent to those skilled in the art in light of the above teachings. will be. The invention is not limited by these variations and modifications, but is limited only by the claims appended hereto.
3: main girder 4:
10: Formwork body 11: Molded steel plate
111: envelope plate 112: vertical stone publication
113: Horizontal stone publication 11a: Second molded steel plate
20: Angle member 21: First edition
22: second plate 30: channel member
31: engaging plate 32: flange
40: transverse steel angle 41: vertical section
411: engaging hole 42: horizontal part
421: Concrete flow hole 422: Coupling groove
50: connection hardware 51:
52: thread 53: nut
60: width support channel 70: surplus water outlet
71: surplus water discharge hole 72: mesh

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  1. In a formwork which is constructed to lay concrete on the outside of a main girder (3) vertically laid to form a column and a girder (4) configured to surround the main girder (3) at regular intervals in the longitudinal direction of the main girder ,
    A vertical stencil plate 112 extending vertically at one end of the outer sheath plate 111 and a vertical stencil plate 112 extending in the same direction as the outer sheath plate 111 at the extending end of the vertical stencil 112 A plurality of molded steel plates 11 constituted by horizontally extending horizontal stone projections 113 are connected to each other so that the outer shell plates 111 form the respective sides of the columns and the vertical stone projections A molding body 10 composed of a casing of a column of square cross-sections, the two side vertical papers 112 and the horizontal pillar presses 113 being inserted into the pillar so as to protrude in a T shape;
    A first plate 21 having a predetermined length and a second plate 22 extending vertically from one end of the first plate 21, An angle member (20) whose outer surface is coupled to the inner surface of the corner of the molding body (10) in the longitudinal direction; And
    Shaped plate 31 having a predetermined length and flanges 32 and 32 extending vertically at both ends of the coupling plate 31 so that the outer surface of the coupling plate 31 is connected to the mold body 10 And a channel member (30) longitudinally coupled to an inner surface of a central portion of each side of the plate member (30).
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    And a horizontal part 42 extending horizontally from one end of the vertical part 41. The horizontal part 42 is formed with a channel member 30, An engaging groove 422 for receiving the vertical stone plate 112 and the horizontal stone plate 113 of the steel plate 11 is formed so that the outer end of the horizontal portion 42 is formed on the inner surface of the outer plate 111 of the molded steel plate 11 Wherein the transverse steel angles (40) are further included in the formwork body (10) at regular intervals in the longitudinal direction of the formwork body (10).
  3. 3. The method of claim 2,
    A concrete flow hole 421 is formed at a predetermined interval in the horizontal portion 42 of the transverse steel angle 40 and a plurality of coupling holes 411 are formed in the vertical portion 41, And the hooking part 51 at one end of the connecting hardware 50 in which the hook 52 formed in a ring shape at the other end and the thread 52 at the other end is formed is engaged with the main bar 3 or the band bar 4 And the other end formed with the thread 52 penetrates through the coupling hole 411 and is coupled with the nut 53. The permanent die according to claim 1,
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    Between the vertical stone presses 112 of the molded steel plate 11 adjacent to each other,
    A vertical stone plate 112a extending vertically at both ends of the outer plate 111a and a horizontal stone 112b extending horizontally in the same direction as the outer plate 111a at the extending end of the vertical stone plate 112a, And a second molded steel plate 11a composed of a publication 113a,
    Wherein a vertical stone plate (112a) of the second molded steel plate (11a) is coupled to a vertical stone plate (112) of the two molded steel plates (11) .
  5. 5. The method of claim 4,
    And a width support channel (60) having a C-shaped cross section configured to connect the opposing channel members (30) linearly at regular intervals in the longitudinal direction of the inside of the molding body (10) Permanent formwork with T-shaped projections inside.
  6. The method according to claim 1,
    And a surplus water outlet 70 composed of a surplus water discharge hole 71 punctured in the shell plate 111 of the molded steel plate 11 and a mesh 72 attached to the inner surface of the shell plate 111 , And having a T-shaped projection in the interior thereof.
  7. The method according to claim 6,
    The surplus water outlet (70) is formed under the outer shell (111) of all the molded steel plates (11) constituting the molding body (10) Form.
  8. The method according to claim 6,
    The surplus water outlet (70)
    The lower surface of the outer shell 111 or the outer shell 111 of the molded steel plate 11 formed on one side of the molded steel plate 11 adjacent to each other in the order of the periphery of the molding body 10 ) Having a T-shaped protrusion by using the molded steel plate.
  9. The method according to claim 6,
    The surplus water outlet (70)
    The molded steel plate 11 on one side of the molded steel plate 11 adjacent to the mold body 10 is formed on the lower end of the outer shell plate 111 and the outer molded steel plate 11 is formed with the outer shell plate 111 Wherein the first and second molds have a T-shaped protrusion in the interior of the molded steel plate.
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